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    • 1.

      Missy - A Great School Horse And Friend

      by Lisa Guarino - 2006-12-16
      "Missy", was a horse I rode in my riding lessons at Haskins Farm. She was a wonderful horse to ride and learn with.Though when I first saw her, I would have never guessed what was to be in store in t...
    • 2.

      Trusting Farriers Without Destroying Horses in the Process

      by John Silveira - 2007-02-04
      If you have had much to do with horses, either as an owner, handler, or trainer chances are you've had to trust and recruit the services of a Farrier. Hopefully as you read this article you've had fav...
    • 3.

      Destructive Farrier Educational Practices

      by John Silveira - 2007-02-10
      There are three types of Farriers. The first has been taught by one of the many institutions/schools. In this case the education usually could be a 2 week course at the most basic level, an 8 week cou...
    • 4.

      Pigeon Toed Horses and Lameness

      by John Silveira - 2007-02-10
      Studies have shown there's a 98% chance most horses feet are pigeon toed. This fact puts the horse at risk of lameness due to instabilities in its gait or motion and way of travel. Farrier textbooks s...
    • 5.

      Horses - Farriers - Shoeing And The Joy Of Being A Farrier

      by John Silveira - 2007-03-09
      First off, on the humorous side let's just clear something up right now. Shoeing horses is very arduous strenuous work and as a result it may very well be "Joy" is the last thing you might be feeling ...
    • 6.

      Horse Lameness, How It Creeps Up on You

      by John Silveira - 2007-03-17
      Your horse comes up lame, he limps, bobs his head, is obviously in pain, won't run and all you can do is wonder just how serious will this be, will we ever ride again. Not your best case scenario.Mayb...
    • 7.

      Horse Bedding

      by Randall Holman - 2007-03-18
      Don't let your horse stand on wet or hard stall floors. Horses need extra cushion and dryness in their stalls to help promote healthy hooves and overall general health. Horse bedding provides comfor...
    • 8.

      Helpful Thoughts on Owning and Boarding Your First Horse

      by Carolyn McFann - 2007-03-22
      Having a horse is fun, but a major responsibility, so be thorough on your research of barns to board it at. It pays to choose a place that is close to where you live, has facilities that are well main...
    • 9.

      Horseshoeing Correctly The Why I Write

      by John Silveira - 2007-04-13
      As a Farrier working in the San Francisco Bay area I graduated from what is considered by many the worlds' best horseshoeing school in 1991. Even though I graduated at the top of the class I still fel...
    • 10.

      Preventing the theft of horses and tack

      by Robert Palmer - 2007-04-27
      Every horse rider in the UK is aware of the problem of criminals who prey on the equestrian industry. Theft of both horses and horse tack is sadly all too common and most riders have either persona...